With PDF Studio 11, you can quickly search for text within a PDF document.
The quick search tool allows you to search for just the next occurrence
of the text within the document. To find a list of all occurrences within
the document use the Advanced Search instead.
How to use Quick Search
- Open the document that you wish to search
- Open the quick search popup by going to Edit
> Search or using the shortcut key Ctrl + F (Command
+ F on Mac)
- Enter the text you wish to search for and press the "Enter"
key to find the next occurrence of the text within the document
Quick Search Options
Navigates to the previous occurrence of the word in the document
Navigates to the next occurrence of the word in the document
Pressing the "Enter"
key will also continue to the next occurrence
Used to set the quick search options. Click on the arrow to select the
options you wish to use
- Advanced Search:
This will open the Advanced Search
and begin searching for the text currently in the search field.
- Case-Sensitive: If
checked, searching for the string "The" will not return
the same results as searching for the string "the".
- Whole words only: If
checked, searching for "the" will not return occurrences
of "they". But when this option is left unchecked, all
occurrences of "they", and other words with the letters
"the", will appear in the occurrence list.
- Include comments: If
checked, the search will include text in annotation comments.
- Include fields: If
checked, the search will include text in form fields. (this is
on by default)